“I can’t wait to see, in Iowa or New Hampshire, some Tea Party type calling him a liberal and Christie reaching down the guy’s throat and pulling his lungs out. I can’t wait to see that. I’ll pay money to see that.”
It’s hard to tell if the Morning Joe host was taking a swipe at CNN’s hologram technology, lamenting the production value of his own network, or both.
The Ambien story arc of the Morning Joe soap opera could also double as the second-most innovative product placement in the history of cable news.
The last time the coffee giant was mentioned as the show’s sponsor was Aug. 29, 2013.
Nobody is going to miss Anthony Weiner more than the people who bring you cable news…and they know it. Bonus points for the using BuzzFeed’s all-time favorite Boyz II Men song.
The Morning Joe host had plenty to say about Cyrus’ sexed-up performance with Robin Thicke at MTV’s VMAs.
Also, don’t call Florida’s first black Republican elected to state office since Reconstruction an African-American.
The Curb Your Enthusiasm actor proved that funny comedians can appear on MSNBC’s Morning Joe and actually have a good time.
Five years of “pain.” Just let it out, big guy.
The English comedian/actor was being belittled during the MSNBC morning show, and unfortunately for the program’s regulars, he has the wit to battle back.
The man who helped reveal the identity of the former CIA employee responsible for the NSA leaks had tense early morning debate with MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski over what he calls the administration’s “rampant abuse” of power.
The governor of New Jersey has been mentioned in over 500 episodes of MSNBC’s nationally broadcast morning show since 2009.
The only Morning Joe recap you’ll need today.
More love for shotguns from the Vice President who owns two.
The Republican congressman tells Morning Joe that he thinks there’s a “workable solution.”
Acquiring the most available free agent in cable news could put a serious exclamation mark on MSNBC’s recent hiring spree.
On Morning Joe, New York magazine’s John Heilemann argues that the current direction of the Republican party provides a Hispanic conservative with a national platform, like Texas Senator Ted Cruz, with a huge advantage in the 2016 race.
“Booker is stealing [Lautenberg’s] ideas and marketing them as his own,” an aide charged.
“I called the governor and said I think I can be a help in reaching a fair solution to some of these issues,” Frank said Friday. The appointment would be temporary, until a special election can be held.
NRA A-rated member and West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin (D) said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that now is the time to have a “common sense” discussion about gun control. “Everything has to be on the table.”
Time’s latest edition features a gallery of glossy portraits of politicians who are destined to be very “influential” in the next four years. Oh, hello, Condi Rice and Rahm Emanuel!
MSNBC’s conservative morning host hedges that bet with a reminder that liberal elites in Manhattan were convinced Jimmy Carter would beat Ronald Reagan in 1980.
NBC’s chief pollster pins this cycle’s “ghost in the machine” on the difficult task of factoring in the early vote.
Outlets jockey for space, and to help shape MSNBC’s identity, on the key morning show. “Just trying out something new,” says a spokeswoman.
At least he got to humiliate the bartender on live television.
Spoiler: Yes, Mark Halperin really told this joke on Morning Joe today. No, it didn’t bomb as hard as my selective editing makes it look here.
Reince Priebus: “I’m not going to get into a shouting match with Chris.” Matthews: “Because you’re losing, that’s why.” Priebus: “Garbage.”
Joe Scarborough declared himself repulsed by the amount of money being spent on the 2012 presidential campaign coupled with the empty rhetoric coming from both candidates.